CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The LeBron James banner in Cleveland will come down this summer. The massive banner was reinstalled in 2014 on the side of the Sherwin-Williams headquarters in downtown Cleveland.
The banner of the outstretched arms of the Cleveland Cavaliers star will come down to make room for a banner for the Republican National Convention. The banner will be removed the week of June 20.
Sherwin-Williams said the new banner will deliver a simple message: "This land is our land. 150 years in Cleveland."
"For 150 years Sherwin-Williams has been proud to call Cleveland home," said Ellen Moreau, VP of Marketing Communications for Sherwin-Williams.
The RNC banner will be installed the week of June 27. The convention will be held in Cleveland July 18-21.
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